Mohamed Salia Dukuly, a pivotal member of Amaka Consulting, leads the Capabilities Practice. His role is critical in enhancing leadership skills and fostering social integration across for-profit and non-profit sectors. With a strong focus on community engagement and educational reform, especially for disadvantaged students, he brings invaluable insights and strategies for sustainable development in African nations.
Mohammed's expertise in social work and education, coupled with a deep understanding of the unique challenges in ethnic communities and underdeveloped communities, positions him as a key figure in advising government, nongovernmental, political stakeholders. His approach is centered on creating immediate-impact projects and long-term community development programs, leveraging his extensive qualifications and recognition in the field.
As a member of the Association of Australian Social Workers (AASW), Mohamed is actively involved in educational reform, particularly in schools. He focuses on systemic changes to improve outcomes for disadvantaged, newly arrived students, aligning with the developmental goals of many African countries.
Holding a Bachelor of Arts in Education and a Master of Social Work from Charles Stuart University, Australia, along with numerous community development qualifications, Mohamed's contributions were recognized with the Outstanding Community Sector Leaders Award in 2021 in Western Sydney, Australia. His expertise makes him an invaluable asset to government and political stakeholders in Liberia and other African regions.
Organization & Capabilities
Community Action & Planning
Social Sector, Public Sector, Healthcare, and Education Reform
Brenner, M., Dukuly, M., Hetaraka, C., Collins, M., Bianchi, A., Anderson, S., ... Clark, K. K. (2011). Conscious connectivity: Creating dignity in conversation. CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Charles Stuart University, Australia
MS., Social Work
Bayero University, Kano State Nigeria
Outstanding Community Sector Leaders Award-2021, Western Sydney, Australia.